We have a four year old GE refridgerator wit a problem. There are three
lightbulbs inside the box, two in the fridge, one in the freezer.
The top light in the fridge and the light in the freezer do not work, the
bottom light bulb in the fridge works. Replacing the bulbs does not fix the
problem. I am guessing there is a circuit problem somewhare.
Thanx in advance.
Frank from Deeeetroit
Can I assume you checked to see that the new bulbs were not defective too?
Do you have a tester or meter of some sort to check the circuit? If one
bulb is working and the other is not, the switch is probably OK, but there
may be a loose or broken wire at the fixture itself.
Sometimes the solder blob on the end of the bulb is small and it will
not "home" in the socket. Might want to try a different bulb or a
different manufactures bulb before tearing too deep into the
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